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Omam Plans To Sell Dwight AM

Old Mutual Asset Management, a subsidiary of London-based investment company Old Mutual, is seeking to offload Dwight Asset Management Co.

Old Mutual Asset Management (Omam), a subsidiary of London-based investment company Old Mutual, is seeking to offload Dwight Asset Management Co., Reuters reports. Morgan Stanley is a banker to the transaction.

Dwight advises Omam’s three fixed-income funds, including the Old Mutual Dwight High Yield Fund and the Old Mutual Dwight Intermediate Fixed Income Fund, which altogether have $240 million in assets. The institutional fixed-income asset manager specializing in fixed-income and stable-value strategies had $45.3 billion in assets as on June 30.

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